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Posts tagged “Preloaded”

Neurotic Neurons: Axon

Commissioned to accompany the Brains: The Mind as Matter exhibition at the Wellcome Collection, Axon looks a little like flOw, except it's much more hectic, with short games and high scores. The game challenges players to grow their neuron as long as possible; climbing through brain tissue, out-competing rival neurons and creating as many connections to distant regions of the brain as they can. This…

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Science Museum Gets Gaming: Futurecade

Preloaded, the indie team behind The End and zOMT have teamed up with the Science Museum to create a series of games aimed at school-goers, to ask questions about the role of science in our future. Called Futurecade, it's a collection of four arcade games, each loosely themed to a direction in which technology is taking us. And one of them is properly great. Think…

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Populesque: zOMT

Adult Swim: home of naughty cartoons and a surprising number of clever, free indie games. UK ministudio Preloaded are the latest to join those ranks, with side-scrolling, high-casualty strategy game zOMT. Auto-marching strategy games, wherein your lads do most of the violent legwork for you once you've built them, are increasingly pervasive - the nominal successor to tower defence, and based on similar values. zOMT…

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Love Is The Greatest Thing: Thingdom

It's the new game from Preloaded - who you may remember from 1066 and Trafalgar. It's basically their game for the Science Museum in London for their current Who Am I genetics-related gallery. As such, Thingdom is a virtual-pet game about breeding fluffy things - basically Spore for kids (So, just Spore then - Cynical Ed). Plus! explicit genetic recombination of attributes! To be honest,…

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I Like Big Boats: Trafalgar Origins

News reaches us that Preloaded have done another of their education games. You'll remember the Tim-Stone favoured 1066? Of course you do. And if you don't, you'll have clicked on that link. This time it's Trafalgar Origins, an arcade game based around tall-ships and Nelson generally kicking ship-ass. Or Stern, as I believe it's known. My quick play reveals a game which simplifies a little…

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Cash Channel: Channel 4 Commisions Brit-Indies

Sometimes, the future creeps up when we're not looking. Part of me wonders whether this will be part of it. Channel 4, after some impressive successes with webgames like the Bafta Award Winning Bow Street Runner and the Tim Stone admiration winning 1066 have decided to spend a load more on making games, reports Develop. Key quote... The move is part of a £4.5m fund…

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